Fashion — Ryunosuke Okazaki
Ryunosuke Okazaki creates couture dresses informed by Jōmon-era pottery
Jōmon-era pottery Ryunosuke Okazaki
Ryunosuke Okazaki creates couture dresses informed by Jōmon-era pottery Tokyo-based designer Ryunosuke Okazaki has created a collection of couture dresses in bold colours and shapes that are informed by Japanese Jōmon-era pottery and the Shinto religion. For his graduate project from the Tokyo University of the Arts, Okazaki released a lookbook that showcases a trio of couture dresses titled JomonJomon that reference Jōmon-era pottery and Shinto, an ancient religion that originated in Japan. The elaborate designs especially nod to Jōmon-era pottery, where vessels were decorated through pressing rope and coils into wet clay to create ornate designs. The Jōmon era...